International Broadcasting Convention (IBC)

"With over 50,000 square meters of exhibition space, over 1,700 exhibitors and over 55,000 attendees made up of innovators, key decision makers and press, IBC2019 provides an unmissable platform for you to showcase your brand, launch new products, expand relationships and engage with potential customers and industry leaders." (source: IBC Show)

This year Matt Hardy will have the DeusO C++ evaluation kit available on a bootable SD Card. Just bring your own Raspberry Pi Model 2, Zero or Model 3 (fastest options at time of writing). Matt will have a Pi (Model 3 + Zero) at the show of course, to show it working, but we'd like to demonstrate how easy it is to use off-the-shelf equipment for AES70 solutions.

The evaluation will provide a hands on AES70 device gateway for the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) used in sound card device drivers.

The intent is to provide integrators, manufacturers and system designers a feel for how AES70 performs, and that it does indeed work as advertised for device control.

We will also ship a demo UI built with Toolkit, which has native support for AES70.js. AES70.js is the complete controller implementation which enables client and remote control user control surfaces to connect and use AES70 enabled devices.

To pre-order your free SD Card, email Matt Hardy and let him know. We will also post a bootable OS image online after the show.

Published: May 6, 2019